"Ross Beschler shines as one half of Teiresias.”
DC Metro Theatre Arts (Antigone, 2015)
"Nearly steals the show!"
Philadelphia Inquirer (Dionysus was Such a Nice Man, 2019)
“Ross Beschler as Arnholm is especially good, with a square-jawed earnestness that is just right.”
CityPaper (The Lady from the Sea, 2014)
"EgoPo veteran Ross Beschler is especially fine.”
Philadelphia Magazine (Delirium, 2016)
“Ross Beschler is daring; living in moments where most would be wary.”
PR Radio (Bootycandy, 2013)
"Beschler has the pacing and vocal pitch of a star."
Neal's Paper (He Who Gets Slapped, 2016)
“… the production rightly belongs to Ross Beschler’s incredibly measured performance as the restless, philosophical Vladimir. The narrative line sails on the back of his nuanced acting, and he deserves much of the credit for inspiring our belief in the meandering.”
Broad Street Review (Waiting for Godot, 2010)
“Beschler betrays the Emcee's despair only once, but that moment is just enough to convey the breadth of the show's dread and loss… it's worth coming inside when Beschler's Emcee beckons.”
Philadelphia Inquirer (Cabaret, 2009)
by Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Blanka Zizka
at the Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia, PA
January 28, 2020 – February 16, 2020
This 2018 Obie Award Winner explores the blurred lines between lies, history and conspiracy theories, as it tracks back and forth across 90 years of Soviet and post-Soviet Russia.
An epic fantasy that weaves historical figures into imagined happenings of the past, featuring a Putin-esque KGB officer, the play deftly incorporates the tension and intrigue of a spy thriller with a touching dive into the realm of magical realism.